OK, if you've got to do homework or celebrate your grandmother's birthday, then I'll make an exception. Otherwise---
OK, while they're out watching the movie, let's talk about a terrific book based on that movie. It's The Last Jedi: The Visual Dictionary by Pablo Hidlago. Every time a new Star Wars movie comes out, DK Publishers puts out one of these Visual Dictionaries and every one of them is great. They have lots of cool photos of the people, spaceships, creatures, equipment, weapons, etc. from that movie along with captions that explain a lot about that person, spaceship, piece of equipment, etc. Plus this book has a section that fills in what has happened between the last movie and this one, a very cool map of the galaxy and the backstories of the characters. That means you get to learn a lot of great info like:
- What did Luke Skywalker do between the fall of the Empire and his training of new Jedi?
- What does General Hux literally have up his sleeve?
- Why do those skimmers leave red trails on the surface of Crait?
- Where did Captain Phasma get her armor?
- How many layers of fur does a Wookie have?
- And what exactly are those thingies in the breast pockets of First Order officers that look like pens?
You'll find out this plus a whole lot more!! This is one terrific book and you'll have lots of fun with it. And the best part is that you DON'T have to start at the beginning and go straight through. You can jump around and look at whatever interests you and take as much time doing that as you like--though I bet you're going to want to read the entire book at some point. So run to your local library and get a copy--NOW!!
Give the Seal of Approval as One Terrific Book, the Iron Guy Does